Before you can use DFS to hold a DFS Namespace, you need to install the DFS Namespace feature. In step 1, you create a script block with the Install-WindowsFeature cmdlet, which looks like this:
In step 2, you look at the DFSN module and determine how many cmdlets the DFSN module contains, as follows:
In step 3, you create the folders and SMB shares on Srv1 and Srv2 that serve as the DFS Root as follows:
With the Root shares ...